Call of Duty: Warzone, Activision's free to play, battle royale title is now live on all platforms if you own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Those who are yet to purchase the game will get to play it later today.
Call of Duty: Warzone has finally arrived and is ready to play on all platforms. After many rumours, leaks and speculation, the free to play, standalone battle royale experience set in the Modern Warfare universe was announced by Activision just yesterday and is now live to those who own Modern Warfare.
Simply launch your Call of Duty from Battle.net and instead of the "classified" menu item, you'll see Call of Duty: Warzone. Hop into the giant battle royale map and fight with 149 other players.
If you do not own Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, worry not, Warzone is completely free and will become available to those who did not purchase Infinity Ward's latest game a bit later - 12 PM PDT / 8 PM CET - to be more specific.
For those who are not familiar with the game, Call of Duty: Warzone brings a couple of fresh additions to the battle royale genre. One of them is Gulag, a gameplay mechanic which pits two players against each other for a chance to return to the battlefield after death.
On top of this, there are contracts that you can find all over the map that set you certain goals such as bounty hunting, holding specific spots or destroying items on the map. It is safe to say that Warzone could be a much-needed breath of fresh air in the battle royale mode.
Find more about the game here .